Damn, hell and x#* the Dominion scoreboard!
Comes down to two coaching decisions: the Bucs coach electing to go for it leading 14-10 just before halftime, resulting in a 7-pt TD. Packers coach going for field goal at 8-yard line but needing 8 points to tie with 2:05 remaining in game. Gone by next training camp: Equanimious St. Brown (Rodgers hit him in a bad place — the hands — on that 2-point conversion!), Kevin King, and defense coach Mike Pettine.
Insurrectionists will blame Trump
Prosecutors already have charged more than 150 people with federal crimes related to participating in the riot …
Defense lawyers involved in these cases said they expected many of their clients to argue they were taking their cues not from a militia, or from QAnon, or from a white nationalist group, but from one person: former President Donald Trump, whom Congress impeached on a charge of inciting an insurrection.
“These are like those high-school football players,” whose coach gets them “jumping up and down to get out and play football,” said Albert Watkins, a lawyer representing Jacob Chansley, the self-described QAnon Shaman who faces six counts, including felony charges.
Tag Archives: Civil War
Gadzooks! What would Ald. Matt Phair and the Madison Common Council say! It was a beautiful Monday morning at Forest Hill Cemetery in Madison where history was remembered, and honored, on Memorial Day. The most touching moment was when a … Continue reading
The band played ‘Dixie’ as Confederate POWs were marched to Camp Randall What a spectacle it must have been that Sunday, April 20, 1862! The Civil War had been raging for a full year, Wisconsin boys had mustered out of Camp Randall … Continue reading
After the death of Alice Whiting Waterman in 1897, Madison resident Hugh M. Lewis, who had been a captain in Company A of Wisconsin’s famed Iron Brigade, appealed to his Southern counterparts in Washington D.C., to raise money for a … Continue reading
[UPDATED with new photos] Researchers from the Blaska Policy Werkes are on the ground here in Charleston, South Carolina, birthplace of the Confederacy (1860-1865). This is an old city — ancient by American standards — founded at the behest of the … Continue reading